Central East Region

  • We serve:
  • Durham
  • Haliburton
  • Kawartha Lakes
  • Northumberland
  • Peterborough
  • Port Severn
  • Simcoe
  • York
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1. Catulpa Community Support Services

Serving: Simcoe, Port Severn


165 Ferris Lane, Barrie, Ontario, L4M 2Y1

2. Canopy Support Services

Serving: Durham, Haliburton, Kawartha Lakes, Northumberland, Peterborough


150 O’Carroll Avenue, Peterborough, Ontario
, K9H 4V3

Monday to Friday

8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

3. York Support Services Network

Serving: York


240 Edward St., Unit 3, Aurora, Ontario, L4G 3S9

lundi à vendredi

8h30 à 16h30

Catulpa Community Support Services

Mission statement

Improving the lives of people with special or unique needs by engaging and advocating for essential community services and supports.

Vision Statement

Our vision for the future encompasses a community where the people we serve are recognized and valued as contributing members of their community and are fully integrated into the activities of their communities. They have a variety of meaningful relationships, hopes, and dreams for the future.

Our Values

These values define the underlying principles which guide our organization in accomplishing our mission.

  • We acknowledge the values and diversity of people who participate in our service.
  • We believe everyone is entitled to a non-abusive, safe environment.
  • We respect a client’s right to confidentiality.
  • We respect the informed decisions of people who participate in our services. We respect their right to choose and decide.
  • We believe in providing a range of services which are responsive and accountable to the community.
  • We acknowledge ethnic, economic, and cultural differences in our communities.
  • We support social growth, development, and advocacy.
  • We build our services on the strengths and uniqueness of each client.
  • We provide services based on the belief that change is possible.
  • We work in partnership with clients to incorporate their experiences and direction into program planning.
  • We deliver services in a collaborative and coordinated manner with our community partners.

If you are interested in applying to the Passport Program and live in Simcoe County, please contact DSO Central East Region 1.855.277.2121

Canopy Support Services

COVID-19 update

As of May 16, 2022 our main office location will be open to the public. We continue to follow the recommended MCCSS and Public Health recommendations. Screening and mask wearing at all Canopy locations and in person meetings are mandatory for all staff and visitors.

Passport Coordinators will be meet with recipients by appointment only or on scheduled drop in days. The Passport team will continue to monitor and respond to calls and emails.

We continue to monitor the situation and will provide new information as it becomes available on our website.

Please check our website for the most up-to-date information regarding our services.

We thank you for your patience and support during this time.

About Canopy Support Services

Canopy Support Services is funded by the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services.

We follow our agency’s Mission: To provide community based specialized support and clinical services for individuals, families and service providers that contribute to the enhancement of the quality of life of persons with intellectual/developmental disabilities and/or Autism Spectrum Disorder.

To find out more about us visit www.canopysupport.ca

If you have questions about the Passport Program, please leave us your contact information and a detailed message at 705-876-9245 ext. 340 or 1-888-616-3456 ext. 340 or at passport@canopysupport.ca. One of our team members will be happy to contact you.

If you are interested in applying to the Passport Program and live in HKPR or Durham Region, please contact:

DSO Central East Region at 905.953.0796 or 1.855.277.2121, TTY 905.898.1609.

York Support Services Network

Mise à jour COVID-19

Nous continuons d'encourager les gens à appeler, envoyer des e-mails ou à se rencontrer virtuellement dans la mesure du possible. Dans les cas où vous avez besoin de rencontrer quelqu'un en personne, les réunions sont disponibles sur rendez-vous. Si vous souhaitez rencontrer un travailleur, veuillez appeler pour convenir d'un moment.

Pour aider à assurer la sécurité de tous, tous les visiteurs devront s'auto-évaluer et suivre les protocoles de sécurité. Veuillez ne pas visiter nos bureaux si vous pensez avoir été exposé au virus COVID-19 ou si vous ne vous sentez pas bien.

Votre sécurité est importante pour nous

En tant qu'agence qui reçoit du financement du ministère de l'Enfance, des Services sociaux et communautaires (MSCSS), nous sommes assujettis à une directive exigeant la mise en œuvre obligatoire d'une politique de vaccination contre la COVID-19.

Depuis le 23 septembre 2021, tout le personnel du YSSN doit être entièrement vacciné ou participer à un test rapide d'antigène au moins deux fois par semaine. Une copie de la politique de vaccination du YSSN est disponible ici si vous avez besoin de plus amples informations.

À propos de York Support Services Network

York Support Services Network est financé par le ministère des Services à l'enfance et des Services sociaux et communautaires. Nous suivons la mission de notre agence : Communiquer. Relier. Collaborer.
Pour en savoir plus sur nous, visitez York Support Services Network

Si vous avez des questions sur le Programme Passeport, veuillez nous laisser vos coordonnées et un message détaillé au 905.898.6455 ou 1.866.257.9776 ext. 2725 et l'un de nos coordonnateurs des passeports vous contactera.

Si vous êtes intéressé à postuler au Programme de passeport et que vous vivez dans la région de York, veuillez contacter DSO Central East Region à 905.953.0796 ou 1.855.277.2121, TTY 905.898.1609.